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  • H. Gardella - Great product, great value for the money

    In my experience, the flavor and butterfat content of Tuscan milk rivals the famous milk of the Piedmont at half the price. It's much better than anything I've been able to get from Campagnia or Sardinia. If you've ever tried getting your Tuscan milk right from the source, you'll appreciate what an incredible value this is. With an average mother yielding just 6-8 ounces per milking (the Tuscans are excellent milkers and are on the high side of the range), you'll be hard pressed to find many women patient enough to let you fill a gallon jug. I can't believe they can offer it at this price. Please, Amazon, get this back in stock!

    If my appeal to your sense of reason doesn't move you, perhaps a bit of tugging at your heartstrings will do the trick?

    Sonnet 118
    Let me not to the freight and carriage of true milk
    Admit impediments. Lait is not Lait
    Which expires with its expiration date,
    Or bends with the remover to remove:
    O no! it is an ever-fixed milk
    That lives on counters and is never spoilt;
    It is the star to every wandering Oreo,
    Whose worth's unknown, although his filling be taken.
    Milk's not Trix's fool, though milky lips and cheeks
    Within his bending bowl's compass come:
    Milk alters not with his brief puffs of corn,
    But bears it out even to the edge of doom.
    If this be error and upon me proved,
    I never wrote an Amazon.com product review, nor no man ever did either.

  • Jeffrey Berger - Thank you Elaine for saving my LIFE!

    I was diagnosed in 1979 with Crohn's Disease in the last foot of the ileum. My crohn's spread to my bladder wall, leaving me with constant bladder infections. My doctor, at that time, three and a half years ago, sent me to a surgeon. The surgery was explained that I had a very good chance of loosing control of my bladder and bowel functions from the surgery. At 37 years old, I broke down in tears. That after, 18 years of living with this disease, it might get the best of me. I have been on sulfur, floxin, and prednesione. Prednesione is of course a solution to a crisis anytime. Whether I had severe arthritis, bladder infections or attacks of pain. My doctor told me that if I was fatter maybe there would be a better chance of not having this problem. I am 6,' 175-180. I last took prednesione in February 2000, just coming up on 2 years. I was on 40 mg and tapered until August, When I moved to my own place. Oh my, as I tell my short story this is quite surprising to see it in writing. Emotional, I guess. Anyways. . . . . ..

    Almost 4 years ago, I was involved in the "foundation" support groups in San Francisco. At one of the group meetings they told us of a special speaker, her name is Elaine Gottschall, a Canadian Author. She told the large group that basically the way Americans eat is so crazy. We were raised to eat animal feed, corn, rice, grains, processed sugar. We consume a tremendous amount of yeast and sugar, allowing our systems to develop a yeast infection or imbalance in the gut. We eat a tremendous amount of processed sugar that feeds the imbalance in the digestive tract. We don't consume enough protein. Protein breaks itself down into any missing minerals and vitamins our body needs. Protein easily fills the stomach with fiber, iron and is certainly better than carbs. Carbs and sugars convert to fat. Protein is used completely with fibrous byproducts. She went in detail about how she discovered a proper way of eating to help her daughter that has celiac disease. Gluten free diet as we know it now. She found through research that people with crohn's and colitis or obesity were helped. The only thing about the diet and she says this in her book is that you need to be a fanatic about the diet. If you don't commit yourself, you will not succeed in total remission and possibly reversal of the disease completely.

    I changed my diet completely. I have been symptom free for almost two years. It takes only three days to feel better and after a month, doing well. It is a change on lifestyle. When I got sick in February 2000, I believe it was soy sauce used in the Chinese food, I thought I could splurge on, through the peer pressure.

    The diet is so easy and so common sense, eat pure! Don't eat processed anything. Eat lots of protein. No grains, processed carbs, starches of any kind, processed sugar.

    I went to my old doctor I haven't seen for 12 years. I told him of the diet Even brought in the book. After living with this disease after 20 years, I have finally got affirmation that what I was doing was the right thing to do. I finally found a doctor that believed in this type of diet and that it was possible to reverse what was "going on" inside me for so many years. I cried that whole way home with happiness flooding my body.

  • John J. Avery - DON'T MESS WITH ANN

    Say what you want about ann. call her names, shout her down at universities [ so much for free speech ] and throw pies at her [ well, at least attempt to throw pies at her, the last two "gentlemen" missed by a country mile ] you can't hurt her. she lives for this stuff, she just keeps coming back for more. she's a little over the top at times, but we need her to provide balance for the michael moore's of the world. unfairly vilified by the mainstream press, "how to talk to a liberal" aims right at the truth. no sugar coating here. her treatment of the hypocritical NY times is funny and right on target. I love her caustic humor. don't miss the dvd "is it true what they say about ann" a great companion piece to all her books. she spars with katie couric briefly, but of course couric is no match for ann. my only complaint is that it's only 43 minutes long. but worth every penny, and there are a few extras. you don't want to miss bill maher defending her [ yes, you heard that right ] 'how to talk to a liberal" is my favorite of all her books. this is one lady the left does not want to pick a fight with. she is one great american.

  • Bitten Usagi - Great fun!

    It's been several years since I had purchased a SimCity game and this one is great! More options than previous games but still as much fun. There were difficulties in the initial days of the game thanks to this game being online only and EA obviously underestimating their demand, but I haven't ran into any problems since. This game only works if you can be online so if you're hoping for a game to play when you're in the middle of no where with no internet connection find a different version! You have the option to play with others on a region or you can keep your region private and play all cities on your own or invite only people you know. I love it and have played it a LOT and will continue to do so!

  • Eric Chappell - Top Notch Beginner's Book

    Mr. Gladfelter does an incredible job of satisfying the "No Experience Required" aspect of this book while at the same time covering the topics with a surprising level of depth. Although it is written in a way that enables virtually anybody to pick the book up and begin learning AutoCAD, it does not merely "skim the top" of AutoCAD but continues each topic's journey beyond the basics and into the more advanced concepts. This book is designed for someone completely new to AutoCAD and if read and worked through completely, it will turn that person into a solid AutoCAD user.